Inspired by the East, Vostochny Kvartal is an Uzbek cafe offering scrumptious Central Asian delights. It also boasts pleasant views of the sea and a live band playing tunes from the East. The cafe draws crowds because of its perfect location and great menu, which includes flat cakes, pilaf, samsa, and sweet baked treats. Korean cuisine is also represented.
Sineye More (Blue Sea) is an expensive place (think Moscow prices!), but it boasts beautiful views on the sea. The menu features a variety of meat and seafood dishes. The drink menu has a lot of pricy but high-quality wines and, of course, that ubiquitous Russian favorite, cocktails.
The annual music festival in Sanremo, Italy is very popular in Russia, so it is no wonder that someone would name their restaurant after that town. Especially if it is an Italian restaurant. Sanremo in Sochi is noted not only for its cuisine but also for its seaside location, gorgeous views, and breezy vibe. The restaurant's designers aimed to create a unique "beach feeling," even covering the floor with sand for authenticity. The prices in Sanremo are quite high, but the food makes up for the price and the restaurant also serves as a venue for concerts of popular Russian musicians.